Nanga, Brahmi - Bacopa monnieri tincture 1:1 50ml

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Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) which is also popularly known as Little thick leaf is one of the most important herbs used in Ayurveda, where it is classified as Medhya Rasayanas - rejuvenating, gives clarity and peace of mind. The herb can be effective for memory, can help with the fight against stress and can increase protein synthesis in the brain. Brahmi in the form of tincture is easy to dose. This product is a dietary supplement.

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What is Brahmi?

Bacopa monnieri is a plant that occurs mainly in India, but it is also found in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Vietnam and China. Its natural habitat is wetlands. Brahmi is a small, climbing herb that reaches from 30 to 60 cm in height. It has fleshy, oblong leaves and simple, small flowers with white, pink or purple petals.

The herb is one of the most important plants used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine and has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years. The herb can be effective for memory, can help with the fight against stress and can increase protein synthesis in the brain. Brahmi also has adaptogenic properties, which means that the body is helped to adapt to new or stressful situations.

The main active ingredients found in brahmi are steroidal saponins - bacosides A and B. In addition to bacosides, Bacopa monnieri also contains:

*phenolic compounds;

*herpestin and brahmin;

*organic acids;

*luteolin and apigenin;

*carbohydrates and sugar alcohols;

*phytosterols: stigmasterol, p-sitosterol, stigmastanol;

*proteins and amino sugars;



Bacopa monnieri should not be used:

*bradycardia - Brahmi may cause a further decrease in heart rate;

*pregnancy and breastfeeding - this is dictated by the lack of sufficient data on the safety of using this plant in pregnant women and nursing mothers;

*thyroid disorders - taking Bacopa monnieri may lead to an increase in thyroxine levels;

*intestinal obstruction - Brahmi can speed up the work of the intestines.

*Bacopa monnieri increases the level of T3 (triiodothyronine) and T4 (thyroxine) hormones. Therefore, the preparation should not be used by people with hyperthyroidism.

The product is considered safe and well tolerated by humans. The most commonly reported adverse effects of taking Brahmi include digestive system discomfort (nausea, diarrhea). Headache and rash are rarely reported.

The product contains alcohol.

 Ingredients: Tincture Bacopae 1:1.

Fresh bacopa herb (Bacopa monnieri), certified ethyl alcohol, vegetable glycerin, purified water.

Ethanol content in the tincture: 40%.

 Dosage: 1 or 2 portions of the pipette, up to three times a day. Mix with a small amount of water.

1 scoop (pipette) corresponds to approx. 0.5 ml.

The recommended daily dose is 3 ml of Brahmi tincture.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

The product contains approx. 350mg of alcohol per portion, which corresponds to 8.8ml of beer or 3.6ml of wine.

Storage: store in a closed container at room temperature, out of the reach of small children. Protect from light and moisture. Sediment is a natural phenomenon.

Country of origin: Poland

ATTENTION! Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Dietary supplements are not intended for medical use and should not be used as an alternative to a varied diet. Do not use in case of allergic reactions. The product should not be used by children, pregnant and nursing mothers, hypersensitive people and people who are addicted to alcohol.

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